Welcome to the Greenwich Central School District Technology Department website!!

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While most of the information on this site is geared for GCSD faculty and staff
there are several things that could prove useful for students and parents as well.
 
Please let us know if you experience any broken links or are having other difficulties.

Hotlinks!!

Atlas      coursesites       think central       rubistar


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The Tech Club handles sound and lighting for all GCSD events including drama club productions, concerts, graduation and more.
They also facilitate the live streaming and archiving of events on the school’s website!!

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With the transition to Google complete we’ve retired our Work from Home server.
From this point on you will no longer be limited to working at school or from your home computer…
Going forward you’ll be able to access and edit your files from ANY Internet connected device!!
You are now on your way to becoming a ‘Googler’ – Google’s term for a Google user.
However, until you’ve reached a certain level of proficiency Google insists that we refer to you as a ‘NEWgler’.

Here are some GCSD Google links that might come in handy…


Greenwich Student Samantha Boyea Wins Big
at the INTEL International Science and Engineering Fair

Samantha Boyea, senior at Greenwich Central School, took 2nd place in her category of Robotics and Intelligent Machines. She will receive $1,500 for her 2nd place win and have an asteroid named after her. Boyea built a UAV or drone which has the capacity to fly an automatic flight pattern to investigate silos for damage. Of course this technology could be applied in other areas. Her project entitled “Agricultural Drones: The Development of an Unmanned Aerial System for Use in Semi-Autonomous Silo Inspection” will move on to the International Science and Engineering Fair in May in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This is Boyea’s second trip to the international competition which hosts 1,800 students from 75 countries around the world. Boyea also won the Chinese Association for Science and Technology Award which comes with a $1,200 cash prize.

You can view Boyea’s project and more Wednesday May 30th at 7pm at the local Science Symposium held at Greenwich. The event is free and open to the public.


Boyea to Compete in the International Science and Engineering Fair

Greenwich Student Samantha Boyea Takes Grand Prize 1st Overall at RPI Greater Capital Region Science and Engineering Fair

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Samantha Boyea, senior at Greenwich Central School, took the 1st place Grand Prize at the this weekend’s Greater Capital Region Science and Engineering Fair, at RPI.  Boyea built a UAV or drone which has the capacity to fly an automatic flight pattern to investigate silos for damage.  Of course this technology could be applied in other areas.  Her project entitled “Agricultural Drones: The Development of an Unmanned Aerial System for Use in Semi-Autonomous Silo Inspection” will move on to the International Science and Engineering Fair in May in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  This is Boyea’s second trip to the international competition which hosts 1,800 students from 75 countries around the world.  The competition boasts that millions compete at local competitions like this weekend’s regional fair at RPI which makes Boyea literally one in a million.


If you need assistance please give us a call or send us an email

Bill Hillebrandt at ext. 5101     bhillebrandt@greenwichcsd.org
or

‘DJ’ Jeffords at ext. 5102     djeffords@greenwichcsd.org

or
Joann Sloan-Haynes at ext. 5104     jshaynes@greenwichcsd.org

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